The hose has to be rated for the extra presuure but the reason I suggest using braided Ss hose or a copper stand off pipe for the gas is the amazing amount of heat right where the gas line connects to the tap.GSRman said:BTW i tried to find the thread the other day with the talk of braided line, my orange hose i got from the local camping store (juzzies (hi corey, steve here)) does the job fine... and is rated to nearly as much pressure as the tank...
The NASA burners [and that by the way is a nickname that has been given to them on this list] have very standard fittings.Corey said:Bringing this back to the top.
Can someone with some technical knowledge about the NASA burners let me know whether the following is correct?
"The gas outlet fitting of the hose is 1/4" BSPF swivel nut, your burner's
gas inlet fitting should be 1/4" BSPM 60 degree coned otherwise they will
not fit each other.
The hose gas inlet fitting is 1/4" BSPM to fit the regulator gas outlet
fitting: 1/4" BSPF.
LP Gas sealing tap must be used with the connections to connect the regulator and the hose."